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Idaho National Laboratory

About Idaho National Laboratory
Our mission is to ensure the nationís energy security
with safe, competitive and sustainable energy
systems and unique national and homeland security
capabilities. With nearly 4,000 scientists, researchers
and support staff, the laboratory works with national
and international governments, universities and
industry partners to discover new science and
develop technologies that underpin the nationís
nuclear and renewable energy, national security and
environmental missions.

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